Friday, September 16, 2011
There is not a witch, ghost, or pumpkin in this quilt.... but it is one of the cutest Halloween quilts we've seen ! Amber Johnson set her collection of Halloween fabrics into "haunted houses" - and each one is different. The charcoal grays provide a ghostly backdrop for the oranges of the houses. The clever embellishments include a crescent moon; spiderweb quilting; and black pom-poms.
Haunted House Quilt, by Amber Johnson, at A Little Bit Biased and Gigi's Thimble Quilt Patterns
In keeping with the Halloween theme, Amber Johnson hung a yellow polka-dotted moon over one of the houses; check out the blanket stitching...
The quilted spiderweb design is perfect for the Halloween theme (the quilting was done by Kayleen Parry in Lehi, Utah). Finally, Amber sewed fuzzy black pom-poms into the binding, as shown below.
For more information on the quilt and the design, check out the original Haunted House post at Amber's blog.
Image credits and links: Images are shown with the generous permission of Amber Johnson. Her quilt pattern design company, Gigi's Thimble, was named after her grandmother Delma, who shared her love of quilting and a thimble.